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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1888 [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

KADINA WESLBrAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1888 PEEACHEBS-Morning, Mr SttUiyan. Eren ing. Bev.D. O'Donell. .

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BARUNGA. October 14, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

BAEUNGA. October 14,1888. The weather is the general topic of conversation at present, The continual dryneea *>f/tbe season is enough to dis courage the poor cockie who has been waiting for aoother good season, and whose hopes are again blighted. The plain land is dying off very fast, and if rain doea not .'fall shortly it will not average more than two or three bushels to the acre, bat tbe sandy and scrub land* if rainfall* shortly i might go from four to six bushels. Water, is getting very short about! here and several farmers bare started^ to '«arfc.: We are still waiting very 'patiently for-oar paternal Govern, ment to supply us from the Beetaloo which; they Ldo.; not seem in .a great bony to dg, i three petitions have been sent in latelyvand we hope they will have tbe ..desired effect, A meeting of farmers was-held on lb Davis's farm. on Saturday, the 13th Inst,, to consider electoral matters* when tbe following resolutions-%ere passed Mr G. Simpsonproposed, and Mr Jamison s...

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. COLONIAL GOVERNORSHIPS. London, Oct. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

. ADELAIDE AN® fcONDON TELEGRAPH. ; fBv SUBMAEINE CaBLK."] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent.) COLONIAL GOVERNORSHIPS. London. Oct. 18. The names of the several new Gover nors for the Australian colonies will be published.within a week. The successor to Sir Wm, F. D. Jerrois Governor of New Zealand, hag been ap pointed but the name has sot been pab liahed.

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SPORTS AT ALFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

SPORTS AT ALFORD. | The Tickera Lodge of Oddfellows, | M.U., celebrated its first anniversary on Wednesday' last with sports at Alford. Many-local prophets had decided that the superior attractions of the Moonta Show would interfere with the attendance, but the result proved that the local residents had set their minds upon having a first class jollification, and like trne -sons of toil,whe'n their minds were once made up they did .not allow either shows or dry weather to interfere. There was a capital attendance from all parts of the district, many goine oat from Wallaroo and Kadina. The programme of sports was a most, creditable one, and the young men of the district showed their appreciation in the numerous entries and keen contests for the numerous prizes. The following is a list of the events and winners JuDffES : Messrs Symoos, McDonald and Blphick, Handioapper: Messrs Ward and Thompson. Starters : Messrs Howard and Olds. MAIDENS -150 yds. W, Seeley, 20s; Edwards, 10B. 10 star...

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THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

THE MAORI FOOTBALLEBS. The Maori Footballers have sustained another defeat at the hands of a Barton . upon-Trent team, by one goal.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. WALLAROO. SUNDAY OCTOBER 21, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

PBE&BYTEBIAN CHURCH. WALLAROO. SUNDAY OCTOBER 21, 1888. Morning at 11 B.m. Preaober-Bev, H. Chester.' ? 1 Evening-Gbnroh dosed for Was ley an S. S. Anninraaiy.

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BANK EXCHANGE, TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

BANE EXCHANGE, TO THE EDITOE. SIB,-I * was glad: to «ee the letter "Vox " on the above subject in yoar last issue. This matter is one which should be taken up heartily by country people generally and storekeepers in particular - The idea of having to pay sixpence for every cheque drawn for payment outside their own town for sums over (£5) five ?pounds is monstrous. It was hard enough under the old scale when one could up to twenty-five pounds for three pence, But, in this matter, country storekeepers have a double grievance. Hitherto the Adelaide merchants have not charged for collection of promissory notes, cheques, &c., but since the sew bank regulations have been published they have advised the storekeepers that, in future they will be charged with the full amount of Exchange. The new scale advances by fifties instead of twenty five pounds, the result is that the first twenty-five in every fifty will oost three pence more for exchange than before, but the second twenty-fi...

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A SCHOOL OF MINES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

A SCHOOL OP MINES. TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-I wish to thaok yon, and never in my life did I find myself placed to so embarrassing a position. The fact is that I can scarcely assure myself that what I have read is correct. Shall I wake up and find that it is only a dream ? Horrible impression begone, for here I have it, yes, written by tbe scholarly and gentle manly editor of the Kadina and Wallaroo Times. " Ben somewhat ingeniously pots the fact"-Good!! God bless you for that. The drought ought to break up. Language fails. I pray of you, dear sir, if yon can to try and realise the giddy height to which you have been good enough to plnce me. I hope that as you have admitted somewhat of ingenuity to me you wiil allow me to inform your readers that, the letter to which I referred to as being written more than two months since, was Irritten on the 10th of July, and appeared in the columns of the Y. PAdvertiser of the 13th July. More than three months have passed since I last wrote urging the...

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THE LATE MR DAVID KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

THE LATE MR DAVID KENNEDY. Tbe inventory of the pesonal estate of tbe late Mr David Kennedy. Scottish vo calist, who died at Stratford, Ontario, Canada, on tbe 13th October last, which has been recorded, shows that the net valae of the deceased's estate, after de ducting debts and funeral expenses, amount to £7184 17s lid. By a will dated 5th August 1878 he directs his trus tees to pay a legacy of £100 to his sister. Miss Catherine Kennedy, and to deliver over bis whole household furniture and other effects to h» widow, Mrs Elizabeth Praser or Kennedy, excepting a grand piano, which he bequeaths to his eldest daughter, and an American Organ to his second daughter. He further directs his trustees to pay his'widow an annuity of £360 during his hfe, and in the event of the marriage of any of his daughters, to pay to such daughter £100 for marriage outfit. After the death of the longest liver of himself or his wife, or upon the youngest of his children or of their survi vors attaining t...

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A SCOTTISH FISHERMAN IN LOMBARD STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

A SCOTTISH FISHERMAN IN LOMBARD STREET. A story is told of a Scottish fisherman who had occasion to yisit Lombard St., London, the other day to cash rather a large cheque he bad received for a cargo of fish. " How will you take it said the teller. " Bank of England notes ?" " Man" said the fisherman, " I bae nae brew o' thae Eaglish banks ara; they micht break afore I got the notes changed, an* *baur wad I be then; Gie's the good." The "goud" he got and took his departure. By-end-bye bis form was again seen filling the doorway. " This will never dae, carrying this money through the streets. It makes me lapsided. Let's see the notes. I'll risk them till I get hame." Happily for him the teller was his fellow countryman. Bnt the native clerks could not comprehend the Ion guege. They could only stare.

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THE BISHOP AND THE BEEWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

THE BISHOP AND THE BEE WEE. Speaking at a meeting in eonneetion with the Union Presbyterian Church, of England, Fountains fioad, Kirkdale, Mr W. E. Brooks in the coarse of an address said that a few weeks ago there ap peared in tbe two religions publications, called 2 he Christian and Christian Herald, these lines, with reference to the gift of £10,000 by Sir A. B. Walker to the build ing of the Liverpool Cathedral :-" If we could gain the ear of our Episcopal breth ren Liverpool, we would suggest that they in should with righteous scorn re fuse to accept the gift from the brewer magnate; every pound of it must represent so much of the de grudation of the people." Mr Brooks sent a copy of the passage to the bishop of the diocese, and yesterday received his reply as follows.- " The Palace, February 26, 1887. I thank you for your letter and the extract of the Christian Herald which it contains. I fail to see the wisdom of the paragraph. Some of tbe noblest sod best men I have known in...

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A FINANCIAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

A FINANCIAL COMPANY. A financial company is being formed in London with a capital of two millions sterling. It is intended to establish branches in all the Australian capitals. Sir Herbert Stanford is one of the direc tors, aqd Sir John i)owner, E.O M.G., of Adelaide, is also concerned In the under taking.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

JOHN MITCHELL, Saddler and Harness Maker, GRAVE S -STREET, KABINA. Collars Lined and Stuffed with White Flock 4S, Ditto with Best Curled Hair, 4S 6d. ALL OTHER REPAIRS EQUALLY CHEAP. HARNESS AT ADELAIDE PRICES. H 1). OHALLORAN SJIAREBBOKER, CHAIRMAN JOJ1 STOCK EXCHANGE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, {Albion Chambers. Waymouth Street Adelaide). Communications by wire promptly attended jto. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN, ESTATE AND GENERAL A&ENTS. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, &e., effected with dispatch. Land Sales attended and Credit Selections taken up. Agents for the Soulh Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Hoon'a AgentB for the Australian Mataal Provident Society. - Several First-Class Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Sams on Good Freehold Security. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, Ellen Street, Moontft, Grayes Street, Kadina; ana Central Chambers, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. KADINA MONTHLY SALE. NICHOLLS SALE YARDS, KADINA...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

VESSELS EXPECTED. Vernlam, ficojn Sydney. signalled irom Oape JerroiB on tbe morning of the 19th lust. Athena.lrom .Sydney.. " " .*"- ? -

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THE REV. B. G. EDWARDS' SHARE TRANSACTIONS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday eyening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

THEKEV. B- G. EDWARDS' SHAKE TRANSACTIONS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday eyeniog. it will be remembered tbat some time ago the Uer. B. G. Edwards waa the «nc oessfal defendant in an action for the alleg ed breach of a forward contract in shares In the .South mine. At a meeting to-day of the Southern Wesleyan District the following resolution was carried. " That after investigation the meeting is of opinion tbat brother Edwards has engaged in busineas pursuits to an extent incon patible with his position as a Methodist preacher and therefore requires Mm to desist such pursuits in fatare."

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

MINING. Bmck 14 Silver Mikb.-A meeting of shareholders in the above Co., was held on Thursday, October 18, 1888, At the Exchange Hotel, Kadina. Mr W. Harris was voted to the ehair. After some dis cussion re the increasing of the capital, i Mr Blackney moved, and Mr Rendell seconded, " That in the opinion of th» meeting, it is altogether nnoeoessary to increase the number of shares , in the Company. Bat if it be shown that more capital is reqnired to develop the mine, it prefers an increase of the value of the present shares to an amount not exceed* £1. This was carried. Mr Blackney moved, and Mr Phillips seconded, that the Peninsula shareholders be asked to subscribe 2d per share to help to defray the expenses of the Adelaide committee. Carried; The Secretary instructed to forward the. resolutions.to the Adelaide committee. The Secretary (Mr M. W. Bendell) will be glad to receive subscrip tions of 2d per share, as early as possible.

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SOPHIE TO GIVE HIM A KISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

SOPHIE TO GIVE HIM A. KISS. The following 1a a true story, and the little comedy was played in thePullman bound from Scotland to Iioiiddn nightly. The car was full, and, as the ladies' com partment was occupied, the next berth to it was partitioned-off with icnrtains from tbe rest of the nar for - a- married couple, who had taken their places late. , About an hour after every one had retired, and when all wa« qaiet, a low voice was heard from behind the bur tains : ' ; ?/ " Sophie, give me a kiss, and say yon forgive me. Then aUttlelonder,'' Sophie, X can't sleep uolesf yon cay yon forgive live; give me a kies, ahdaay youforgiye me." Still no response. At last the iroiee ; of the evidently penitent husband (he was quite regardless of thel tittering and smothered laughter - of J the neighbouring <; 'berths) pleaded again: ".Sophie, Sophie, just one'kua^rope, .and ' say-yon forgive me." 1 ' j - Unable to aland thui ao^ pf thing iny longer, a .choleric old , Indian, -officer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

AT "W ALLA Tl>0 O. JOHN CLARK & CO., HAVE OPENED A CASH BOOT PALACE ON OWEN TERKACE, WALLAROO, *** Next Door to Mr Chatfield's. ? -o J. CLABK & Co., intend carrying on a Strictly CASH BUSINESS, and are confident that their VERY LOW CASH PRICES Will command a good share of the trade. JOHN CLARK & Co., ELADINA DRAPERY PALACE, KADINA BOOT PALACE, WALLABOO BOOT PALACE. WASTED a good GENERAL SER VANT, one able to cook. Apply WOMBAT HOTEL, Kadina. WANTED a GOOD COOK, also HOUSEMAID. Apply Mbs QUINTON, Royal Hotel, Moonta. TO PAINTERS. TENDERS will be receiyed by the under signed until noon of WEDNESDAY, October 24, 1888, for PAINTING outside of COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Wallaroo. Specifications mav be seen at my office and at the hotel. No tender necessarily accepted. THOMAS JONES, Architect. Robert Street, Moonta, October 16,1888. YORKE'S PENINSULA AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. PRIZE TAKERS are hereby informed that they can have their Prize Money by applying to SECRETARY, at ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE EVE OF BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE EVE OP BATTLE. Posted along the banks of Bannock's rill When yoa may see the bore stone* standing still. The Bruoe has fixed his standard firm and fast He cannot now retreat, the die is cast. Bat what are thirty thousand to oppose, With amy chance a hunrdred thousand foes, With better armour clad, their steeds more strong And English arrows or a cloth yard long. Those airohers shafts the Scottish men have felt. Twelve lives are buckled up in every belt, But he who leads that little.plaided band. Is strong to .trike,jand to command. Now let us pause before the armies meet, And see what lies along and at our feet; Above the Pentland hills the son ia seen, Where many « happy homestead lies between, And many a fertile Tale and meadow green; Near by SWkirk, where Wallace fought and fled. And Sheriff Muir yfogtemany < a,sheugh ran zed' At Stirling bridge, "where Wallace put to flight. The boasting Bishopand the belted knight. Dumyafiooks askance, and well i...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888

ADELAIDE 'lELEGBAMS. Adelaide, Friday evening. Fanny Thomas, a single woman, was to-day committed for trial at the Police Court for inducing a girl, under the age of 17, to resort to her premises for un lawful purposes. The Chief Inspector of Distilleries has furnished to the Treasurer a return which shows that during the year 1888, 707,980 gallons of wine was made in the colony as against 510,000 last yean The total quantity in hand is estimated at 2,054,960 gallons. One hundred and ninety-four entries for the public examinations iu music at the University have been received, in cluding students not only from all parta of this colony but also from Victoria.

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